1. Fluor-Lane hired Capture Video to videotape the overnight construction of an overpass on I-495. The purpose of the shoot was to capture this infrequent construction process. We provided the footage to the client so they could edit it as desired for future marketing needs. My rough cut is below.
2. We produced a video for HITT Contracting documenting another unusual construction project: building a pedestrian tunnel (that would enable more extensive construction) inside INOVA Fairfax Hospital with minimal impact to the hospital staff and patients. The resulting time lapse video was shot over three nights with two cameras to capture the installation of the tunnel.
“It was a pleasure working with Jessica and her team. Capture Video was responsive to our project needs and provided a much needed level of expertise in every aspect of their work. We were happy with the experience and very pleased with the results.” -Chris Stotlar, Project Manager, HITT Contracting
Another example of our time lapse work is this video we produced for mechanical contractor W.E. Bowers. The video shows the construction and rooftop installation of a building condenser unit.
3. Our project for the American Concrete Pressure Pipe Association (ACPPA) was to produce a video showing the manufacturing process of and uses for concrete pressure pipes. For this production, I traveled to three locations, one in the US and two in Canada. This video educates municipal decision makers and stakeholders, serving as marketing for the association’s members.
Another video produced by Capture Video for ACPPA was created to educate viewers on the standards to which ACPPA members adhere and the quality assurance and audit process for manufacturing facilities.
Other construction videos undertaken by Capture Video provide documentation for insurance and risk management needs and owner training, in which the construction company provides instruction to the owners, building management, and facilities and maintenance staff on how to care for the new building and its mechanical and electrical equipment and systems; this also provides reference material for future staff transitions.
Capture Video brings years of experience in the production of construction videos (typically, training, production line, and pre-qualification videos) and has worked onsite at some of the DC area’s biggest construction projects. Our people and our equipment can meet government requirements for secure sites. And the Capture Video crew brings its own personal protective equipment and experience in behavior and safety for a construction site.
“Capture Video has done a wonderful job filming all of our mechanical training sessions since 2009. It is great to find a company who will always give us good quality work for a fair price. They understand the importance of the job specifications and adhere to them without any flaws. They come prepared to every shoot on time, with their PPE, and ready to work. I would recommend them for any type of construction video shoot that needs to be performed to include training, safety, or recording daily videos of your job progress.” –Tom Croce, Project Manager, Pierce Associates, Inc.
For information about how Capture Video can produce for your manufacturing or construction videos, contact us.
Read our next post to see the conclusion of our countdown of memorable corporate video projects.